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Runners vocabulary – explained.

January 19, 2018
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Runners vocabulary – explained.

There are many terms that are regularly used by members of the running community but that may be baffling to non runners. So, someday when you happen to be talking to a runner, here’s a…

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So it’s winter!

January 12, 2018
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Well it’s finally Winter (with a capital W) here in northeast Ohio again. Now I have to hear the constant complaint about how cold it is and “when is spring going to come?” and “have…

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Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018.

January 5, 2018
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Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018.

Most people “ring in” the New Year. I, conversely, “run in” the New Year. For many years now I have participated in a New Years Eve run at a few different venues. Living here in…

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Looking For a Running Partner

October 27, 2017
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“No pain, no gain” It’s a common refrain I use it again and again as I try to explain to my friends who abstain that I really do have a brain. I’m just trying to…

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More Murphy’s Laws for Runners

October 13, 2017
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More Murphy’s Laws for Runners

Murphy’s Law for Runners:   Prior to the start of the race, the other line for the Porta Potty always moves faster than the line you are in. It will start to rain 5 minutes…

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Life’s Journey: An analogy for runners

September 15, 2017
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Life’s Journey: An analogy for runners

Many of the same experiences we all encounter during our life’s journey are analogous to those of us who consider ourselves runners.  Runners are those of us among you who you see out running the…

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